Customer Reviews & Testimonials
Hear from inspiring educators just like you from all across the UK. Watch the videos to discover how ClickView can transform understanding through video, streamline resource management, make lessons relevant for contemporary learners and more. More than 5,000 schools and colleges trust ClickView to engage their students. Find out why.
Troon Primary School
ClickView sat down with Troon Primary School Principal teacher Kathryn Alcroft, Primary 6 teacher Cara Nicoll, and class teacher Lorna Beaton to discuss how ClickView is enhancing teaching and empowering learners in classrooms while paving the way for the planned one-on-one device roll out.Read full story
North Lakes Primary School
The point of ignition “Once the interest of a student is ignited, it becomes a catalyst for enthusiasm and engagement,” says Martyn Soulsby, member of the Senior Leadership Team at North Lakes Primary School. Together with colleague Vicki Jenner, Martyn shares the stories from their Year 5/6 classrooms about the ease with which ClickView’s quality …Read full story
Richmond Hill Primary Academy
With learning gaps from COVID remote education Richmond Hill looked for a way to support catch up provision Even though Richmond Hill had a good remote learning offer, learning gaps still developed as it couldn’t replace the quality teaching and feedback within the classroom. When classes resumed, the teachers required something that could be delivered …Read full story
Newbattle High School
There’s a sense that Ross McNicol and John Frame love their jobs as History teachers at Newbattle High School in Dalkeith, Scotland. They speak passionately about engaging their students with quality material that appeals to all learners. And they are deep believers of video as a tool to engage, inspire and translate often complex ideas …Read full story
Cramond Primary School
As any teacher will attest, it’s exciting to witness young students achieving success in imaginative writing. It’s a skill that can be complex to teach and equally challenging for students to master. Here’s how Yasmeen’s recent success unfolded in her classroom. Managing time and meeting student needs Like most primary school teachers, Yasmeen has a …Read full story
Transforming learning for a breadth of performance-based subjects “Our experience with ClickView has gone from being on local desktops where students could access it in college but not at home, to being completely cloud-based, browser-based. Students can now access it on multiple platforms, including their phones.” The college has seen more staff engage with ClickView …Read full story
Glasgow Clyde College
Creating training screencasts for staff and flipping classrooms – all in a day’s work “At Glasgow Clyde College, we’ve had ClickView for a number of years,” explains Kenneth. “But the team felt it was important to try and push that further, so we could remain on the same wavelength as the students.” This decision led …Read full story
Newcastle and Stafford Colleges
Supporting staff to find great resources is now easier than ever In the past, Liz spent a lot of her resource budget on DVDs to enhance learning in various subjects at the college. DVDs that went missing, got scratched or ended up stuck on someone’s shelf. Now using ClickView, it’s so much easier for Liz …Read full story
The City of Edinburgh Council
When Deputy Head Teacher of Leith Academy Rachel Watson put ClickView into action during recent COVID 19 imposed isolations, she had City of Edinburgh’s Empowered Learning Project to thank. Designed to provide equitable access to digital learning for all students, it was a no brainer for Edinburgh City to engage ClickView to be a part …Read full story
Glasgow Clyde College staff use interactive videos to create transformative, active learning experiences. Built-in analytics also effectively track student progress and understanding.
Tupton Hall School has successfully combined ClickView’s collection of in-house educational videos, with those on the ClickView Exchange and original content created by staff.
More and more staff at Edinburgh College continue to engage with ClickView using it for effective assessment, creating original content and easy access on multiple platforms.
Chesterfield College uses ClickView as a powerful tool to enhance teaching and learning. Integration with Moodle is easy with the ClickView plugin.
The University of the West of Scotland loves ClickView TV for more focused, relevant lessons for media students. Their staff add, edit, embed and share clips from the latest TV programmes.
"Video is such as powerful tool, and it’s many learners’ preferred medium of choice. ClickView is such as valuable asset to have. The fact that all videos are current, accurately written by subject specialists and aligns well with curriculum, is incredibly reassuring to educators."
Heart of Worcestershire College
"ClickView augments our brilliant teachers’ use of meaningful flipped and blended learning opportunities across all subjects. Our teachers use ClickView to enhance learning for students. They connect sessions before and after traditional class-based lectures with relevant, interactive, self-marking videos that check and measure each learner’s progress."
Basingstoke College of Technology (BCot)
"We know that ClickView offers a unique service. As a powerhouse of 2,000 technical and professional courses, designed for 40,000 students and delivering £47 million back into the Scottish economy each year, ClickView was a natural partner for City of Glasgow College."
City of Glasgow College
"ClickView gives users the ability to create interactive content from the huge library of video content they have… with the analytics tools, it allows for flipped lessons to be meaningful, focussed and engaging."
DLD College London
"ClickView provides us with high-quality video curriculum content with built-in interactive quizzes, saving our teachers planning time, enhances lesson delivery and engages our learners. The ease of use and seamless integration with Microsoft Teams helps make our provision truly world-class."
Broadclyst Primary School and CEO of Cornerstone MAT
"ClickView saves teachers time, whilst improving resource quality, taking the guesswork out of finding and delivering high quality lesson and independent learning content that meets the requirements of the curriculum. This directly supports whole school teaching and learning models, hence curriculum intent."
"The quality of teaching and learning content gives our educators confidence in curriculum to support their teaching methods. Our students have instant access to powerful learning possibilities which is driving independent learning. With the wider possibilities of broadcast TV to bring learning to life and quiz tools to check understanding, our educators are empowered to provide deep and meaningful teaching and learning."
"ClickView is a vital part of our teaching and learning strategy. ClickView’s video content is such high quality, it really allows our educators to engage students; providing a multisensory learning experience; allowing our educators to personalise learning whilst levelling the playing field."
Erskine Stewart's Melville School